Real life footage for use with your I-Magic or Fortius VR trainer which allows you to ride along to the route as if you were actually there.
Real Life Video: these are videos that run with the Tacx software only and only in the real life option in the software. It simulates a real ride and lets you follow the route in Google earth.
There are now more than twenty films of legendary stages and cycling classics specifically for the Tacx Virtual Reality trainers When the films are linked to your Trainer your cycling speed impacts the speed of the film.
Giro d'Mortirolo 2008 (Climb Collection 1 - Italy): In this film you will get to know the three Giro d’Italia climbs that are feared by all. The Mortirolo (1.851 m), one of the toughest climbs that the sport of cycling has to offer. The Stelvio (2.758 m), climbed for the first time in 1953, when cycling legend Fausto Coppi reached the top as ’numero uno’. And the Passo di Gavia (2.621 m), the mountain pass that gave birth to one of the most epic Giro stages ever when Johan van der Velde conquered its snowy flanks. You will not ride through the snow in your home, but there is no doubt that seeing this film will make you break into a cold sweat.
Alpine Classic Part 1 - France: Filmed just ahead of the world-famous cyclo sportif event called the Marmotte. This is a challenging ride with unforgettable views of the Alps, breathtaking descents and steep climbs. The 86 km course with the wooded Col du Télégraphe (1570m) and descends down to the Valloir ski resort, across the rugged Col du Galibier (2,642m), down the Col du Lautaret (2,000m), the hamlet La Grave and the dam bridge at Lac du Chambon. After the village of Les Clapier there is a long, flat road to Bourg d’Oisans, where you can pause to catch your breath. You finish this epic ride with the tough unrelenting world famous climb of Alpe-d'Huez to the finish at the mountain ski resort of the same name (1,839m).
Alpine Classic Part 2 (Climb Collection 11 - France): This very challenging adventure through the beautiful French Alps includes the opening climb of the classic cyclo sportive race La Marmotte and two legendary Tour de France mountains. After the 35 km climb to the twin tops of the Col du Glandon and the Col de la Croix-de-Fer, you can start climbing the 18 km to the top of the Col de la Colombière and the 24 km to the highest point of the Col de la Madeleine. Your goal is to conquer the great Madeleine from the northern side, which is one of the toughest climbs in the French Alps.
Tacx are the makers of indoor cycle trainers, water bottles and cages, cycling tools and workstands have made their name producing products that suit the occasional cyclist as well as the tour professional. Tacx is a familiar name in the cycling world and has formed long term sponsorship partnerships with top professional road teams. Tacx are known for inventing and producing innovative products that are high quality, powerful in design and have absolute functionality at their core.
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